Knigin’s exhibit features 25 pieces on canvas, all commemorating both dead and living heroes of the Holocaust.
Knigin’s art serves as an ongoing reminder of the past and a step toward building a better future.
“In my paintings and graphics, I seek to isolate objects and images from their mundane contexts and reorganize them, thereby granting them a new life,” said Knigin.
“I select colors, textures and forms that complement the realistic images that I use. The elements reinforce the fact that I am creating something new, not merely replicating nature’s truths.”
The gallery is open April 5-27, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and during all Chapman Music Hall events.
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